Wilmslow - Styal

Styal is a village or hamlet just north of Wilmslow. It is noted for Styal Mill (aka Quarry Bank Mill) which is a very popular National Trust property, and Styal Prison which is a large prison for women. Some people also know of it from the Styal Cottage Homes.

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Reflections in waterlogged ground.
Walkers in Styal Woods
A cottage in Styal village. Much of the area, including these cottages, is owned by the National Trust and leased out.
More cottages in Styal village. The building you can just see at the far end is the Methodist chapel.
A track from Styal Mill to the village; you can (almost) see some of the village buildings in the far background.
Close-up of the field at left.
Styal Woods; also owned by the National Trust. It's a popular place for days out and evening walks. The River Bollin flows through Styal Woods.
The Chapel Bridge in Styal Woods.

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